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Engaging or boring? Enlightening or information overload? How would your employees describe your current compliance training program?
Was your last technology initiative a success? Or did you face resistance bumps along the road to change? Like so many other change initiatives, successful adoption of new technology depends on your organization’s view of change. It’s important to understand what’s causing resistance so you can address it.
You know having the right tools and instructions will make your next DIY project a success. Did you know that a manager toolkit does the same in human resource management? A manager toolkit ensures managers understand a topic or issue, are prepared to conduct successful team discussions and feel equipped to handle questions and next steps.
Are you clearly articulating your company’s workplace safety goals? Poor safety communication can be costly because lack of awareness of your organization’s safety culture can result in injuries, and lost time and productivity. With National Safety Month coming up in June, here are three tips to consider when ensuring safety in your workplace.
Another simple yet effective method is an infographic, which allows you to create a visually appealing, easy-to-read overview of available benefits along with directions to more details. Employees have the flexibility to access what they need, when they need it.
For most employees, their managers are the most direct and frequent sources of communication. However, given the characteristics and preferences of each generation, you cannot rely on one form of communication to resonate with all.
In today’s diverse workplace, how do you ensure your HR communications continue to build trust in your company’s leaders and brand? Communicating about these five topics will increase your employees’ trust, according to Edelman.